Simbithi’s contemporary farm-style architecture flows seamlessly with its undulating environment. The use of Bali-inspired wooden features, exposed rock and stone, metal and earthy colour tones characterise the Estate’s aesthetics. All buildings, and associated landscaping, on Simbithi subscribe to the Estate’s applicable protocols.Architect and Principal Agent Protocol Obligation Agreement for Building Contractors Sub-Contractors and Service Providers Building Design Code Stormwater Protocol
At Simbithi, we co-exist with our environment. The Estate takes its cue from the natural surroundings, and the wellbeing of its wildlife is paramount. Simbithi Eco-Estate is home to a plethora of animal, bird and plant life cared for by our dedicated Environmental team. Our five walking and cycling trails are popular among residents: a fantastic way to experience the splendour of Simbithi first-hand.Mannie's Farm Trail Mfuleni Trail Mngeni Trail Nsimbi Trail Tamboti Trail
Our Community Centres are designed to encourage social gatherings within our community. Each Centre is uniquely positioned to provide a specific experience. The Guinea Fowl and Kingfisher are available to residents for bookings via the Welcome Centre: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The largest of the four centres, Heron houses the Heron Pizzeria; serving delicious wood-fired pizza and gourmet ice cream.
A favourite for families, Kingfisher’s playground is simply delightful.
Home to the Guinea Fowl Sports Oval, where sporting activities regularly take place.
A quiet Centre nestled within forest area, overlooking the Fish Eagle Dam.
A secluded Centre soon to be developed into a quiet nook for residents to relax.